Semiconductor Industry 2023 Preview
In 2023, global foundry manufacturer revenue will show a 2-3% decrease due to the uncertainty of the macroeconomic environment and the US-China technology war.
2022 has been a bumpy year for the semiconductor industry. In addition to some unexpected events, like Russia-Ukraine war, China pandemic lockdowns, and the latest US export controls, the cooling demand for consumer devices and inventory adjustment also has made the semiconductor shipment dive sharply since the second quarter of 2022. How will the events continue to influence 2023? DIGITIMES Asia provides the latest forecast for the semiconductor industry.

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Wednesday 14 December 2022
Global wafer foundry industry, 2023 and beyond
Global foundry revenue is set to reach US$137.2 billion in 2022, soaring 25.8%, and the brilliant performance is a result of price hikes, customer long-term agreements (LTA) and capacity...
Wednesday 14 December 2022
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Wednesday 30 November 2022
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Monday 28 November 2022
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Friday 25 November 2022
2023 tech keyword announced at DIGITIMES Research conference
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Friday 25 November 2022
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Thursday 24 November 2022
2023 Outlook: 8 trends to shape semiconductor industry in 2023 and beyond
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Wednesday 23 November 2022
2023 Outlook: Coming out of year of Black Swans, semiconductor industry likely to be less volatile in 2023
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